I have proof that Facebook read my texts to show me ads, according to a TikTok user.

IS FACEBOOK SCANNING OUR TEXTS IN ORDER TO SEND US PERSONALIZED ADVERTISING? That's what one TikTok user believes.

When it comes to controversy, Facebook is no stranger, especially when it comes to breaches of its users' privacy.

And one TikToker named Lila, who goes by the handle "Ratatootle," believes the tech giant has violated her privacy.

"Like [I know] Facebook is listening but now they're reading my texts, I'm over it," Lila captioned a TikTok video with her thoughts.

"I am done, I'm so done with this," she began the post, expressing her dissatisfaction.

"Today, this morning, I texted my father and said, 'hey, I'm applying to some internships in D. C.' and I'm sending some stuff around, can you help me update my resume," Lila said in the snippet, who appeared to be sitting in her car throughout the video.

The woman said she received an email from a resume company she hadn't spoken to in over four years shortly after that conversation.

"I didn't do anything, I didn't look anything up, I texted my father," the woman exclaimed.

Since going live, the post has received 1,352 likes and several comments, with several commenters sharing similar experiences.

It does, however, collect our text message data (assuming you gave them permission) and scans the content without actually reading it.

Facebook has been contacted by The Sun for comment.

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